Written by Maggie
Feb 08 2021
Six-angled Kalanchoe is a very beautiful variety of succulent and it's very popular with flower fans. How to grow, propagate and care for Six-angled Kalanchoe? Let's look together.
When we grow and care for Six-angled Kalanchoe, the cultivated soil mixed with leaf rot soil (or mixed carbon soil), garden soil and coarse sand was used as pot soil, and an appropriate amount of decayed organic cake fertilizer was added as base fertilizer.
Six-angled Kalanchoe likes plenty of sun and giving enough light during curing helps the growth of Six-angled Kalanchoe. When we grow and care for Six-angled Kalanchoe, if given sufficient sun or after a big temperature difference, the main plant of Six-Angled Kalanchoe turns red and is as beautiful as a finch.
Although you like plenty of light, keep it in the shade or under a tree during the hot summer months. When we grow and care for Six-angled Kalanchoe, keep it out of direct sunlight and keep the environment ventilated.
In the four seasons of the year in the spring and autumn can be full sunshine, summer when the appropriate shade, winter should be placed in the indoor sunny place.
During the growth of succulent plants, you need to water them properly, but not too much. In summer, it is necessary to strengthen the ventilation of the environment in high temperature and humidity areas. When we grow and care for Six-angled Kalanchoe, water should be watered appropriately, but the soil should not be too wet and water should be stored in the pot. Control watering during winter and keep the soil in the basin of the Six-Angled Kalanchoe properly dry.
Suitable temperature for growing Six-angled Kalanchoe is 15-28 degrees. When we grow and car for Six-angled Kalanchoe, if the temperature is higher than 30 degrees in the summer, the growth of the Six-angled Kalanchoe is slow. Ventilate the environment and shade it properly during the summer.
When we grow and care for Six-angled Kalanchoe, it is recommended to keep the meat indoors in a sunny place during the winter and keep the room temperature at about 1010 ° C. Remember the temperature in winter should not go below 5 ° C because any colder than that can cause frostbite.
The most commonly used method for propagating Six-angled Kalanchoe is cutting. Choose the side branches or top branches of healthy and disease-free plants and cut them off quickly with a knife and leave as many leaves as possible to improve the propagation success rate of Six-angled Kalanchoe. Let them be hung in a cool place for 3-5 days and dry the cut.